You know the week went by too fast when you woke up on Saturday thinking it was Thursday, haha. The good part about it actually being Saturday is it’s time for another round of Products:! This week we have 5 dialed products (as always) for you to get a look at that you might just need or want or realize you just might need or want it if you didn’t know already! This week we’ll take a closer look at Stefan Lantschner’s signature Montaña frame from Fly Bikes, the Century High (weird… That was my high school) bars from The Daily Grind, the Helm Spline Drive sprocket from Madera, the High Life Up Load stem from Subrosa, then we’ll wrap things up with the 2015 Tony Hamlin signature Whip complete from Kink! Ready!? Let’s do this!
On the hunt for a new frame? Have you checked out Stefan Lantschner’s signature Montaña frame from Fly Bikes yet? This full seamless 4130 chromoly frame features a 75-degree head tube angle, 69-degree seat tube angle, an 8.5″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.60″ chain stay length. The frame features multi-butted and tapered tubing, an offset thickness head tube to create stronger head and down tube junction welds with the internal gussets, investment cast seat and chain stay bridges with plenty of tire clearance, investment cast drop outs with removable chain tensioners, an Investment cast seat post clamp with the horizontal cut system for better clamping and removable Easy Brake System brake mounts. The Montaña frame is available in raw, metallic green, gloss black and stainless with a 21″ top tube length and a weight of 4.92 lbs. (2,235 grams).
The frame is available for $299.99 – $324.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop here in the United States hit up QBMX or Tip Plus to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Fly Bikes and their products by visiting their website — FlyBikes.com
Troy Merkle’s signature 4-piece bars from The Daily Grind just got bigger! The Century High bars are made from straight gauge 4130 chromoly with a rise of 8.85″, a width of 28.25″, 10-degrees of backsweep, 5-degrees of upsweep, a crossbar height of 6.25″, a crossbar width of 10.25″ and a crossbar diameter of 22mm for extra strength. The Century High bars come in black and raw with a weight of 33.8 oz. The 8.4″ rise Mid version is still available as well.
These bars are available for $69.99 on Dan’s Comp or through The Daily Grind Webstore. You can also have your local shop hit up The Daily Grind directly to get you a set ordered up today!
You can find out more about The Daily Grind and their products by visiting their website — TheDailyGrindBMX.com
You have rode that sprocket of yours through hell and back. Maybe you should get your hands on the Helm Spline Drive sprocket from Madera? This sprocket is CNC machined right here in the U.S out of 7075 aluminum with a strong 8 spoke design, offset teeth for better chain alignment and a 19mm, 48-splined heat-treatred chromoly insert removing the need for a sprocket bolt. The Helm sprocket comes in 25 and 28 tooth versions with black, Fall red, Snow, nickel and Rust for colors and a weight of 2.75 oz. (25t) or 3.20 oz. (28t).
The Helm Spline Drive sprocket is available for $54.99 on Dan’s Comp or for $60.95 in the Madera Webstore. You can also have your local shop hit up Profile Racing to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Madera and their products by visiting their website — MaderaBMX.net
Need a taste of the High Life? The Subrosa High Life Up Load stem is CNC machined from 6061-T6 alloy with a 50mm reach, 32mm stack heigh and a 36mm rise (4mm drop if inverted) with 6 oversized solid bolts to keep everything tight, extra machining around the stem for additional weight savings, a recessed top for a flush compression cap and a Subrosa logo machined into the top plate for extra style. This stem is available in black, polished, 69K gold and red to black fade with a weight of 11 oz.
The High Life Up Load stem is available for $59.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop get ahold of Sparky’s Distribution to get you one ordered up today!
You can find out more about Subrosa and their products by visiting their website — SubrosaBrand.com
Thinking about a complete bike, but you want some bang for your buck? Check out the 2015 Tony Hamlin signature Whip complete from Kink. This bike starts out with a 100% 4130 chromoly frame with a 20.5″ top tube length, 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 8.5″ stand over height, 11.75″ bottom bracket height and a 13.25″ chain stay length. You can find the Kink Stout fork, Solace CC 8.65″ bars, Bold TLD 50mm stem, Paragon grips, 175mm Ridge 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks and Solace Pivotal seat along with the Mission Impulse PC pedals, Cipher 25 tooth sprocket, the 410 chain, a React Sealed 14mm cassette rear hub with a 9-tooth driver laced to a Mylar DW rim in the back, a Echo sealed 3/8″ front hub laced to a Merlot rim, Innova 2.3″ tires, Cease brakes, Token lever and Linear brake cable.
The Tony Hamlin signature 2015 Whip complete is available for $419.99 on Dan’s Comp or you can have your local shop hit up Blackout Distribution today!
You can find out more about Kink and their products by visiting their website — KinkBMX.com
That wraps up this weeks round of Products:! Check back next Saturday for 5 more dialed BMX parts for you to get your hands on! Until then, go check out more of our Originals or hit up the Daily Section for all the latest BMX videos, news, products and more!
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